And after all, browser playgrounds are not where the software developers work. We all use professional tools that are run on our computers.
So I suggest a different approach.
From the very beginning, you’ll start coding in a professional IDE (and the most popular one in the JS world) - Visual Studio Code.
We’re going to start with the basics.
Then we’ll be progressing into some fundamental concepts of JS like if statements, for loops, objects, arrays and so on.